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Featuring Creamier (Toa Payoh), Chin Mee Chin Confectionery, Tiong Bahru Bakery (Tiong Bahru), LE Cafe Confectionary & Pastry (Mackenzie Road), Tsujiri (100AM), Takashimaya Food Hall, Tong Heng Confectionery (Chinatown), Dona Manis Cake Shop, Ji Xiang Confectionery, Loong Fatt Tau Sar Piah
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Just had my fav tau sar piah after a very filling dinner cos couldn’t resist

Really no other stalls’ tau sar piah comes close to their standard. When we were buying this, I told my kiddos: “When Daddy and Mummy become old and can’t walk well, remember to buy these tau sar piah for us to eat. 😂”

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💸 $3.60

The ice cream is packed with tea fragrant and the pearls are v soft 😋

Nine Fresh bubur chacha is my favourite!! Especially the big chunks of yam and sweet potato 😋

Also bought the black sugar ai yu special and the signature bowl

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Double scoops $6 x 2

Valrhona Chocolate (+$0.70 for premium flavour)
Oreo milk

Kopi Peng
Thai Milk Tea

Their ice cream are very smooth and creamy. Portion is generous for the price compare to many other gelato stores.

The new flavour Kopi Peng ☕️ is pretty intense and thick! Great combination with the Thai milk tea (think Yuan Yang!)

Valrhona Chocolate 🍫 is bittersweet and rich. Oreo milk is a hit with the kids.

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💸 $2.50

Warm up the banana pie at home

Fragrant coconut top crust with crunchy almond nibs, sweet mashed banana filling 🍌 buttery crumbly bottom crust and side puff pastry. The combination of everything is so yummeh! 😋 Highly recommended to eat it warm!

💸 $4.50 for 5

I was expecting dry and super sweet chocolate tarts like those neighbourhood bakeries but wow, their chocolate is bittersweet and taste like chocolate ice cream! Tart shell is v fragrant too. Two thumbs up 👍🏻 👍🏻

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I like the peanut filling but their skin is v thick

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Peach roll, chestnut roll and coffee cream puff

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Love the egg custard but prefer Tai Cheong’s buttery crust

Blueberry white chocolate mochi from Johan Paris is so good!! 👍🏻

$3.60 per 100g
($3.80 for my 5pcs)

Favourite crunchy peanut butter waffle from MK Levure Naturelle! 🥜😋

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Always searching for yummy food 😋

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